We use this "terms" page to showcase what's achievable using Markdown + HTML + JSX.
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Using JSX (React components)
Note: Only a small subset of components are made available. It works based on a whitelist. You can see the full list here.
Components from Reactstrap
Help tooltips, using
Some complex stuff (click/hover me!)
Localised links, using
Link to homepage, keeping current locale
Button to change the current locale, using
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As you can see above, using JSX brings quite a few interesting capabilities. But it isn't all-powerful though.
onClick event for instance. You'll need to find workarounds for this kinds of things.
Also, it's not possible to provide non-scalar props. Forget about providing a component with an object, or array, for instance.
Nevertheless, it brings quite a few possibilities to your app. The secret is to keep things simple, using simple JSX components that rely on few props. The
I18nBtnChangeLocale is a great example of that. No props, but changes the language for the whole app anyway, it's quite a powerful integration and very simple to use.